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Q No 1:  Who wrote the book Tarikh-i-Sarkashiye Bajnore*?
(A) Syed Amir Ali         (B) Shibli Naumani       (C) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan        (D) Muhammad Ali Johar
Q No 2:    who wrote the book ‘ Discovery of India”
(A) Mahatma Gandhi       (B) Jawahar Lal Nehru        (C) C.P Das            (D) Lal Lajpal Ra
Q No 3:      Who was the founder of the movement “Home Rule League”
(A) B.G Tilak       (B) A.B Rajput        (C) M.A Jinnah          (D) Mrs. Annel Basant
Q No 4:  In which year Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was appointed as ‘ Member of Imperial Legislature Council”
(A) 1876         (B) 1878       (C) 1880          (D) 1882
Q No 5:    Name the movement which was started with the co-operation of Hindus and Muslims.
(A) Sauraj       (B) Swadeshi        (C) Hijrat         (D) Khilafat
Q No 6:  Who was the founder of the organization Arya Samaj?
(A) Dayanand Sarsooti       (B) Lalal Laipal Rai         (C) Swami Shardanand         (D) Dr Moor
Q No 7:  Separate Electorate was the main feature of:
A) Minto Morley Reforms           (B) Indian Council Act 1892       (C) Foundation of Congress          (D) Montago Chanvsford Reforms
Q No 8:    The L.F.O. was issued by:
(A) Ayub Khan        (B) Yahya Khan        (C) Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto             (D) Zia-ul-Haq
Q No 9:    In which year “Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental High School” was founded?
(A) 1873        (B) 1874           (C) 1875         (D) 1876
Q No 10:    When Communal Award was announced?
(A) 1931          (B) 1932        (C) 1933        (D) 1934
Q No 11:    Name the person who has been the president as well as the Prime Minister of Pakistan
(A) Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto      (B) Zia-ul-Haq       (C) Pervaiz Musharraf         (D) Nawaz Shareef
Q No 12:    In which act the subjects were divided into two parts Central and Provincial?
(A) Indian Council act 1861        (B) Indian Council act 1892       (C) Minto Morfy Reforms 1909         (D) Montego Chelmsford Reforms 1919
Q No 13:    The day of Deliverance was celebrated by Indian Muslims on
(A)  22nd December 1939        (B)23rd December 1939       (C) 24th December 1939       (D)25th December 1939
Q No 14:  The author of the book “The Making of Pakistan” is:
(A) Ishtiaq Hussain Qureshi       (B) Khalid Bin Saeed       (C) K.K. Aziz       (D)   G.WChoudhry.
Q No 15:    What was the original name of Hazrat Lal Shahbaz Qalandar?

(A) Hazrat Usman Marvandi       (B) Hazrat Zubair Khaki      (C) Hazrat Ahmad Sindhi       (D)Hazrat Abdul Latif Bhitai
Q No 16:  The Rowlett Act was passed in the year:
(A) 1917       (B) 1918       (C) 1919          (D) 1920
Q No 17:  The “Central Muhammadan Association” was founded by:
(A) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan        (B) Syed Mehdi        (C)Waqar-ul-Mulk         (D) Syed Amir Ali

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Q No 18:  When All India Muslim League was founded in 1906, one of its written aims was:
(A) To Unite Muslims         (B) To fight for Muslims       (C) To fight against Muslims          (D) To promote loyality towards British Govt.
Q No 19:    Who held the Portfolio of foreign affairs in the first cabinet of Pakistan?
(A) Raja Ghazanfar Ali Khan        (B) Abdul Rab Nishtar       (C) Zafrullah Khan         (D) Chundrigar
Q No 20:    In which Act, the system of Dyarchy was introduced?
(A) Indian Council Act 1861       (B) Indian Council Act 1892       (C) Minto Morly Reforms 1909        (D) Montego Chamsford Reforms 1919
Q No 21:    Who was the first President o f the constitutent Assembly?
(A) Khawaja Nazim-ud-Din        (B) Liaqat Ali Khan       (C) Abdul Rab Nishtar       (D) Quaid-e-Azam
Q No 22:    Who announced the partition of India into two independent states on 3rd June 1947?
A) Wavl           (B) Mountabatten        (C) Cripps         (D) Simon
Q No 23:      Allama Iqbal was chosen as President of all India Muslim League in:
(A) 1927 (B) 1928
(C) 1929 (D) 1930
Q No 24:    19th February 1946 is associated with:
(A) The day of Deliverance        (B) The Second Round Table Conference              (C) . Arrival o f Lord Wavel in India        (D) Arrival of Cabinet Mission in India
Q No 25:    Who wrotethe book “Jinnah of Pakistan”?
(A) Hector Bolitho       (B) Lary Colins       (C) Stanley Walpert        (D) Matt Smith
Q No 26:    The proposal of Union of India embracing both British India and the states was put forward by:
(A) The Cripps Mission        (B) The Cabinet Mission        (C)The Indian Independence     (D) Act Wavel Plan
Q No 27:  The partition of Bengal was cancelled during  the viceroyalit of

(A) LordLittoh (B)        LordCurzon       (C) Lord Canning      (D) Lord Harding
Q No 28:    I will tear it or bum it or throw it away but never accept it, “Who stated this about the Government of India Act 1935?
(A)        C.P. Das          (B) Lala Lajpat Rai        (C) M.K. Ghandi       (D) Moto Lal Nehru
Q No 29:    The Rashmi Roomal Movement of 1905 was inititated by:
(A) Muhammad Ali Johar        (B) Maulana Abdul Bari        (C) Abdl Kalam Azad        (D) Mehmood ul Hassan
Q No 30:    Anjuman-e-Himayat-e-lslam was established in the year?
(A) 1880         (B) 1882
(C) 1884         (D) 1886
Q No 31:    Liaqat-Nehru pact was signed in the year?
A) 1949       (B) 1950
(C) 1951       (D) 1952
Q No 32:      Durand line was drawn in:
(A)1993       (B)1894       (C)1895     (D)1899
Q No 33:    Gandhi-lrwan pact was signed on:
(A) 5th March 1930        (B) 5th March 1931       (C) 6th March 1932        (D) 7th March 1930
Q No 34:    The institution of the Federal Ombudsman was created in:
(A) 13th January 1982        (B) 13th January 1983        (C) 13th January 1984        (D) 13th January 1985
Q No 35:    The Comrade newspaper was edited by:
(A) Maulana Zafar Ali Khan        (B) Maulana Muhammad Ali Johar         (C) Maulana Abdul kalam Azad       (D) Maulana Abdul Bari
Q No 36:  Gawadar became part of Pakistan in:
A) 1956         (B) 1957
(C) 1958        (D) 1959

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